What TV Shows and Movies did you grow up with?

I'll post the 5 actors nominated for the year (with their roles), and you post the winner's stage name.

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m049 ~ Jim Buchanan

Whoopi Goldberg as Oda Mae Brown in Ghost (1990)

Annette Bening as Myra Langtry in The Grifters - 1990
Lorraine Bracco as Karen Hill in Goodfellas - 1990
Diane Ladd as Marietta Fortune in Wild at Heart - 1990
Mary McDonnell as Stands With A Fist in Dances with Wolves - 1990


Theresa Wright Mrs. Miniver..Good year for Ms. Wright..she also was nominated for Lead actress in Pride of the Yankees, which, somewhat ironically, Greer Garson won for the titular Mrs. Miniver

m050 ~ Jim Buchanan

Teresa Wright as Carol Beldon in Mrs. Miniver 142

Gladys Cooper as Mrs. Vale in Now, Voyager 1942
Agnes Moorehead as Fanny Minafer in The Magnificent Ambersons - 1942
Susan Peters as Kitty Chilcet in Random Harvest - 1942
May Whitty as Lady Beldon in Mrs. Miniver - 1942


Jack Albertson..The subject was roses

m051 ~ Jim Buchanan

Jack Albertson as John Cleary in The Subject Was Roses 1968

Seymour Cassel as Chet in Faces - 1968
Daniel Massey as Noël Coward in Star!1968

Jack Wild as The Artful Dodger in Oliver!1968
Gene Wilder as Leo Bloom in The Producers1968


Margaret Rutherford in the VIPs, probably because the 3 women in Tom Jones (a record for females BTW) cancelled each other out

I really liked Tom Jones and never saw the VIP's. The record was for the number of women nominated for the same Oscar, from the same movie?

m052 ~ Jim Buchanan

Margaret Rutherford as The Duchess of Brighton in The V.I.P.s 1963

Diane Cilento as Molly Seagrim in Tom Jones1963
Edith Evans as Miss Western in Tom Jones1963
Joyce Redman as Mrs. Waters (Jenny Jones) in Tom Jones1963
Lilia Skala as Mother Maria Marthe in Lilies of the Field - 1963


John Gielgud Arthur ...Re your Question on Tom jones..Joyce Redmon, Edith Evans and Diane Cilento were all nominated for Jones, and to my knowledge it never had been done before or since. They probably cancelled each other out as often happens with multiple noms from same film.. The only time it happened to males (supporting) I believe, was in On the Waterfront with Cobb, Steiger, and Malden. In my opinion, it was a three way tie, but they cancelled each other out, and Edmond O'Brien, very good in The Barefoot Contessa won. Only once have 3 performers, all men, been nominated for Leads; Gable, Laughton, and Franchot Tone in Mutiny on the Bounty. Again, none won, Victor McGlaglen won for The Informer.





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